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The parenting advice service warns users to change their login details. Heartbleed Bug infects Mumsnet website The web giant updates its terms of service to offer more transparency to users. Google clarifies email scanning policy Communications regulator says Britain's average broadband speed is 17.8Mbps. Ofcom: 'UK broadband speeds on the rise' Spotify rival introduces Flow and Playlist Radio features to its service. Deezer update adds free radio on mobile Gmail, YouTube, Wallet, Play and more now immune to the OpenSSL security flaw. Google patches Heartbleed vulnerability Users will soon have to download the Messenger app separately. Facebook to remove messaging on mobile New features include best tweets, pinned tweets and filtered tweets. Twitter rolling out Facebook-like redesign The service's founder Kim Dotcom is also sued for copyright infringement. Megaupload sued by Hollywood studios US Patent and Trademark Office is questioning the trademark application. Google struggling to trademark 'Glass' A court rules that blocking the video service breaches freedom of expression. YouTube blockade lifted in Turkey Brendan Eich steps down as CEO less than two weeks after his appointment. Mozilla CEO resigns after anti-gay furore Online retailer refutes the group's findings and dubs them "inaccurate". Greenpeace blasts Amazon cloud service Rebranded service enables users to share short video messages with anyone. Bebo relaunches as video service Blab Users viewing tweets from a computer can now use and view emojis for the first time. Twitter brings emoji support to desktop Unwanted goods measuring less than 30 x 30 x 30cm can be returned via lockers. Amazon Lockers now accepting returns New figures suggest that the Google browser is now in second place for desktops. Google Chrome overtakes Mozilla Firefox Search engine firm's web-based email service went live on April 1, 2004. Google's Gmail celebrates 10th birthday Predictive assistant to offer reminders and quick links to pay bills online. Google Now 'to add bill-paying features' Students can get free delivery for six months and cut-price Prime Instant Video. Amazon Student Programme opens in the UK The company is said to be offering greater advertising rates and exposure on its home page. Yahoo! launching YouTube competitor? Brendan Eich under pressure to resign due to his "views" on gay marriage. Mozilla CEO blasted over anti-gay support Facebook to bring internet to new territories using drones and satellites. Facebook outlines drones initiative National telecoms authority takes "administrative measures" against the site. YouTube access blocked in Turkey World's biggest social network claims significant growth in mobile sector. Facebook reaches 1 billion mobile users YouTube competitor offers 750,000 videos spread across 18 channels. AOL On video portal launches in UK Google brings Google Now cards and notifications to its desktop browser. Chrome browser adds Google Now cards The microblogging site says it could keep the functions but hide the symbols from view. Twitter may drop @ and # symbols Social network is investigating reports that it has been blocked in the country. Twitter blocked in Turkey after PM threat A former employee of the computing giant is accused of leaking materials online. Ex-Microsoft employee charged over leak Microblogging site celebrates turning 8 by launching Twitter unearths users' first tweets Includes casual titles such as Yahoo Poker, Yahoo Pool, and Yahoo Bingo. Yahoo opens Classic Games portal Social network may offer users a quicker way to access their favourite accounts. Twitter trialling 'Fave People' feature A few cash saving tips to keep yourself connected. Best home broadband: Latest deals compared BitTorrent site YTS will operate the torrent website going forward. Popcorn Time relaunching under new owners Movie piracy site removed by hosting provider for violating terms of service. Popcorn Time torrent site pulled by Mega How the world wide web has had a global impact on people's lives. 25 years of the web: 13 key milestones Watchdog claims UK leads the way on coverage, take-up and choice of services. Ofcom: 'UK has best broadband in Europe' 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web sparks new security debate. Tim Berners-Lee seeks web privacy ruling Bitcoin exchange files for Chapter 15 to protect it from lawsuits in the US. MtGox files for bankruptcy in the US The new look will roll out this week, bringing changes for both visitors and Page owners. Facebook Pages get streamlined redesign